Paksan Hotel

Main Road, Paksan, Lao Peoples Dem Rep | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paksan

The best road to ride in the world?

A travel blog entry by mattgottwald

4

... for some more beers. Hue was kind of ruined for the Nathans when they got ripped off not once but twice within the space of 20 minutes. To be fair they were trying to buy weed off dodgy characters in the middle of the night! They ended up paying $50 and all they got was a bag of tea leaves! Hue is an ancient town with a huge citadel that was the scene of a huge battle during the war. It's very touristy though and we were constantly hassled by moto and Xe ...

Houei Xai to Phongsalay

A travel blog entry by rickandsandy

3

... and villages.

yesterday we trekked to the Akah hill tribe. We walked to their gardens-a mere 2 miles and 3000 foot climb from the village- picked verges then back to the village for lunch. It is so fascinating to see how other people live, hopefully we can upload some of Ricks photos soon.

Today we left Phongsaly by boat on the most beautiful Nam Ou river. It reminds me of the middle fork American . Today we are in Maung Khua and tomorrow finis our river and ...

Chinese Bananas from Laos

A travel blog entry by robertandtanja

5

... in, drawn by the natural resources, from minerals to hydro power. They have obtained extended leases in gold and copper mines, and invested in rubber, cassava, sugar cane, eucalyptus and banana plantations.Up the road from Houay Xai, rice fields give way to banana plantations on land rented by Chinese investors. We saw miles and miles of banana plantations in Bokeo province and witnessed how controversial these changes ...

Crossing into Laos

A travel blog entry by alexstone

6

... off his rocker, sipping at the remnants of a bottle of Rum at 8am, bouncing around the dorm pumping out the tunes from his portable speaker. After chatting with him it turned out that he was taking the crossing at the same time so we decided to head down together. Whether or not this was a good idea remained to be seen but I was working on the pretence of safety in numbers. At the crossing both Toms needed to get hold of some passport ...

Day 17

A travel blog entry by therealrbyrne

8

... we were soaked to the skin and it didn't let up. I was frozen and every raindrop on the face felt like a lash of a whip. We stopped for petrol for more of a break than the need of petrol. We went on again and it just kept coming down on us. We did this for over an hour and Ben pulled up beside me and suggested a coffee to get some feeling back in our hands. I didn't argue. If it stopped we still had time to make our destination and we couldn't get any wetter. No sooner had he ...

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This hotel, located on Main Road, Paksan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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